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Ladakh Travel

Ladakh, is the region of mountain passes, a ideal place to see the supreme beauty of nature. Ladakh lies between 32 to 36 degree north latitude and 75 to 80 degree east longitude. It is the highest flat terrain of the Indian state of Kashmir with many of it being over 3,000m. The total area of 45110sq km makes Ladakh the biggest district in India. Ladakh region is divided in Kargil and Leh districts. Kargil lies at an height of 2750m and Leh at 3505m. The largest town in Ladakh is Leh.The Ladakh Travel presents you features regarding travelling in Ladakh like maps of Ladakh and many more to facilitate traveler’s information on when to visit Ladakh.

Ladakh region is an area of India in the state of Jammu and Kashmir that lies connecting the Kunlun mountain range in the north and the main Great Himalayas to the south, populated by people of Indo-Aryan and Tibetan descent. It is one of the most sparsely populated regions in Jammu and Kashmir.
Leh - Leh offer higher & lower class accommodation, with hundreds of guest houses & hotels, which can suit every budget.
Kargil - The kargil town is 220 km from leh. It is about halfway to Srinagar from leh. This shia populated town remained a transportation...
Zanskar - Zanskar valley lies to the south-west of leh, surrounded by the Himalayan and zanskar ranges, which is the most isolated of all the...
Changthang - Ladakh's portion of the Great Tibetan plateau, known as the chang-thang, is inhabited by changpa nomads, the traditional producers of...
Dha Hanu - Dahanu is situated to the south-west of leh around 163 kms passing through the beautiful villages of khaltesey, domkhar and... Ladakh region read more

Ladakh Cities

There are a lot of Ladakh cities. The following are the Ladakh cities :-
Leh - Leh, was the capital of the Himalayan kingdom of Ladakh, now the Leh District in the Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir, with an area of 45,110 km2, is the second largest district in the country, after Kutch, Gujarat (in terms of area).
Kargil - Kargil is at an elevation of 10,000 feet. It has the strong suru river flowing through it once a Buddhist area, this shia Muslim subjugated district was converted to islam in 15th century
Turtuk - The name turtuk is an Turkish word which was exposed by two Turkish namely "chuli and Yangdrung" who wandered and came to this place and settled here
Choglamsar - The beauty of Ladakh with snow capped peaks and clean blue sky have attracted the intrepid traveler since the region was opened to tourists in the 1970s. Since then, Ladakh has become a favorite haunt for trekking and mountaineering enthusiasts

Ladakh Geography

Ladakh Geography About Ladakh landscape and Geography, the Indus valley has maximum population of inhabitants and it is the heartland of Ladakhis and with equal sum of agricultural land. The valley is surrounded with many more valleys and extremely beautiful mountains ranges. To the north of the Indus valley is the Ladakh range, on the other side of which is the Shayok, and Nubra valleys. South of the Indus is the Stok range, clearly able to be seen from Leh. On the other side is the Markha valley, a well-liked trekking destination. Farther south-west is a string of minor ranges and then unpopulated valleys we come to Zangskar, with the Kargyak and the Stod rivers joining at Padum, to form the Zangskar river which bucks the drift and flows north through a narrow canyon to join the Indus. To the south of Zangskar is the Grand Himal range marking the southern bound of Ladakh.

The Ladakh Flora comprises about 880 species. Ladakh is rich repository of medicinal and aromatic plants and other important plants which are closely associated with daily life of local inhabitants of the region. There are many floral plants like Aconitum violaceum, Anaphalis triplinervis, Aquilegia Fragrans which you can see in Ladakh. Ladakh flora read more

Ladakh Birds In Ladakh you can see vast range of resident and migratory birds and around 225 varieties of assorted species of birds have been documented in Ladakh. Far in the mountains one can see Himalayan griffin vultures, Partridge, Lammergeyer, Chukor and Kestrel. And if lucky the tourist can have a rare sight of Golden eagle. Among the migrant birds which are found in the Changthang Lakes the black-necked is one of the rarest species. Other Ladakh birds consist of the Bar –headed Goose, Tibetan Snowcock, and Brahminy Duck etc...

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The wild yak found only in Ladakh along with some other wild animals are Blue sheep, Mouse hare, Bharal, Ibex and Docile marmot. The Snow Leopard is the most special wild animal that we can see here. The rare Kyang or the wild horse is an exclusive animal along with another rare animal is musk deer can be found at the lower altitudes. Tourists are estimated to see lots of Marmots, Mouse Hares, Stone Martens, Red Foxes, Wolves, Ibex, Bharal And Shapu during the route of their Ladakh trip but the habitation of the Nyan which is a big horned sheep, Tibetan antelope famed for its fleece-Shahtoosh which is known as Chim, Goa -Tibetan gazelle, lynx, Pallas Cat, Kyamg (wild horse) and Brong Dong (wild yak) are habitats away from the tourist's area. Ladakh wildlife read more

Ladakh Culture

The behavior of the people is pretentious by their religion, particularly among the Ladakhi women Culture. Between the Buddhists, as also the Muslims who are living in Leh area, women work in the home and meadows. As well as do business and interconnect generously with men other than their own relatives. In Kargil and its adjacent regions on the other hand, it is only in the last few years that women are up-and-coming from semi-seclusion and taking jobs other than traditional ones like farming and house-keeping. The natural enthusiasm of the Ladakhis is given free restraint by the ancient traditions of the region. Monastic and other religious Ladakh culture read more

Ladakh is a district in the Jammu and Kashmir state of India. It can be reached through various means like Ladakh by train, Ladakh by road and Ladakh by air. How to reach Ladakh provides you details about these various ways through which Ladakh can be reached to facilitate tourists. How to reach Ladakh read more
Getting around Ladakh

Ladakh bus
Ladakhi buses run from Leh to the nearby villages. They are often congested and usually disorganized and poorly run. Daily buses or mini buses run to Alchi, Basgo, Dha-Hanu, Likir, Nimmu, and Saspul; twice every day to Chemray, Hemis, Matho, Stok, and Tak Tok; hourly or more often to Choglamsar, Phyang, Shey, Spituk, Stakna, Thiksay.

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Ladakh by road
Ladakh can be reached by road through mainly 2 roads, which are the Srinagar - Leh road and the Manali - Leh road. Ladakh by road provides you details about the roads by which you can reach Ladakh to facilitate tourists. Ladakh by road read more

Ladakh Attraction

There are many tourist attractions in Ladakh which add to the beauty of Ladakh. Some of the Ladakh attractions are - Dal Lake, Buddhist monasteries, Leh Palace, Magnetic Hill Ladakh, Pangong Lake Ladakh, Gompas in Ladakh etc. ladakh is well known for these tourist attractions and from across the worlds lots of tourists visit Ladakh...

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What to do in Ladakh provides you details about what you can do in Ladakh like Ladakh Archery, Ladakh Polo, Ladakh Bike tours and many more things. Ladakh is well known for such activities and tourists can get facilitated by knowing such activities. What to do in ladakh read more
Maps of Ladakh provides you the detailed map of Ladakh which tourists can use to locate various places in Ladakh in order to facilitate them. Maps of Ladakh read more

There are many Ladakh restaurants spread across Ladakh for the benefit of tourists. Many are spread across leh as Leh restaurants, Kargil restaurants, Nubra valley restaurants, Changthang restaurants, Dahanu restaurants and Zanskar restaurants... Ladakh restaurants read more

Stay safe

Stay safe The people in Ladakh are humble and friendly and it is the safest part of India. Only safety measure a tourist can take is to keep his possessions safely in their hotel rooms and lockers. Every 50 – 80kms Ladakh region is spread with military cantonments primarily since it lies in a gauged location on international border linking India and China. The army plays major part in saving and aid efforts and that is why you will require to produce identification documents or written permission from native authorities before entering some remote places.

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